County Attorney In Madison County Honored At Prosecutor's Conference

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Updated: 8/24/2012 12:50 am
Marc Robbins, County Attorney in Madison County, was honored at the Kentucky Prosecutor's Conference in Lexington, with a 2012 Outstanding County Attorney Award.

"Marc is always willing to take challenging cases and is an enormous help to my Office of Special Prosecutions," said Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway. 

"Marc has been an active member of the Prosecutor's Advisory Council and a Kentucky Association of County's Board Member.  He has also shown his commitment to the Madison County community through his work as a Project Graduation coordinator and as a board member of the Pattie A. Clay Medical Center Foundation."

The other recipient of the Outstanding County Attorney Award was William "Bill" Hagenbuch, Allen County Attorney.

The recipients of the 2012 Outstanding Commonwealth's Attorney Awards were Lynn Prior, Commonwealth's Attorney for the 3rd Judicial Circuit representing Christian County and Matthew Leveridge, who serves as Commonwealth's Attorney for the 57th Judicial Circuit representing Russell and Wayne counties.
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